The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) assumes leadership of the Energy-Efficient Codes Coalition, a group committed to net-zero construction by 2050.
Build-outs and New Construction
Approved proposals will bring an estimated 10% or more efficiency improvement for both residential and commercial buildings.
Five recommendations for Government Voting Representatives participating in the 2021 IECC vote.
This guide is designed to assist city leadership and their building departments in working together to implement an effective strategy to achieve high levels of energy code compliance for new and renovated buildings.
This fact sheet highlights the benefits of performing a code compliance assessment, as well as describes the four-phases of the assessment methodology for code compliance.
These data collection forms can be used in support of the Assessment Methodology for Code Compliance in Medium to Large Cities guide, and are intended for use by evaluators to gather the appropriate information on energy code compliance.
This guide is a plug-and-play methodology designed for cities to evaluate the process of building practices through the lens of code compliance.
Here are some of the other key proposals IMT will be watching closely as we move through the rest of the 2021 Energy Code development cycle.
IMT’s experts catalyze collective and permanent market change. Get to know Energy Codes Specialist Kimberly Cheslak.
The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) sets the minimum energy efficiency standards for commercial and residential buildings. No matter what town or city you are in, it likely enforces a version of the IECC—most cities and states adopt the IECC as is, or a version that is based on the code. This means updates to … Continued